Microfluidics is a well-established tool for studying chemical reactions at small time scales (? 100 ms) and with minute amounts of sample (? µL). In particular, the combination of microfluidics and Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) probing colloidal sizes and structures is promising to study kinetics of nucleation-growth-aggregation mechanisms.
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